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CA Application Performance Management - 10.0 : Transaction Tracer Options

Question asked by ManojSingh1234 on Nov 9, 2015
Latest reply on Nov 9, 2015 by Guenter_Grossberger

Hi All,

We are using CA APM 10.0 with CA APM .NET Agent (SOA Enable) Installed in the environment. For enabling transaction tracer apart from enabling Leagacy Mode Do we need to do anything else. Please find the below steps performed for enabling Legacy mode.

Configuring the Agent to Use Legacy Mode Transaction Tracing

Converting to the legacy mode Transaction Tracing only applies to versions of CA APM that have the new mode. CA APM versions before version 9.1 do not have new mode.

Follow these steps:

  1. Stop the monitored application.
  2. Archive and delete existing log files in the <Agent_Home>/logs directory to prepare for new logs.
  3. Back up the existing .pbl and .pbd files in the <Agent_Home>/core/config directory.
  4. Back up the existing <Agent_Home>/core/config/IntroscopeAgent.profile.
  5. Copy the legacy .pbl and .pbd files from the <Agent_Home>/examples/legacy directory to the <Agent Home>/core/config directory.
  6. Open <Agent_Home>/core/config/IntroscopeAgent.profile and make the following changes:
    • Add property introscope.agent.configuration.old=true
    • Update the agent property introscope.autoprobe.directivesFile to point to the appropriate legacy .pbl and .pbd files that have been copied over. For example, replace spm.pbl with spm-legacy.pbl
  7. Restart the monitored application (IIS restart).

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